The Clinton administration is expected to name Washington communications lawyer Reed Hundt and Senate committee counsel Regina M. Keeney to vacant positions on the Federal Communications Commission, a newspaper reported Friday. “They are going to be nominated as a package and they are going to get down to business very quickly,” said one source cited in a report in the Los Angeles Times.

The Clinton administration has been criticized for not filling the posts quickly enough. The nominations are expected within the next two weeks.

EMI Latin announced Friday that singer Jon Secada has hit No. 1 on the Billboard Latin single charts with his song “Sentir,” making him the first artist to achieve four consecutive No. 1 singles from the same album. EMI Latin promotes and distributes the Spanish-language versions of the bilingual artist in the U.S. Secada’s self-titled SBK album is also No. 1 on the Latin album charts.

The Film Society of Lincoln Center hooks up with the Juilliard School for the first time July 29 to pay tribute to the late Lillian Gish with a screening at the Walter Reade Theater of her silent classic “Way Down East.” GillianAnderson of Library of Congress will conduct the reconstructed original film score utilizing a chamber group comprised of students and alumni of Juilliard. Museum of Modern Art restored the print of the D.W. Griffith film.